Marshall Roosenberg believed that it is our nature to enjoy giving and receiving from the heart. He was preoccupied with answering two questions:

What happens to disconnect us from our compassionate nature, leading us to judge others and behave violently?
What allows some people to stay connected to their compassionate nature even under trying circumstances?
He developed a specific approach to communicate with ourselves and each other in a way that allows our natural compassion to flourish and called it Nonviolent Communication.

In this workshop we will explore:

What language alienates us from our natural state of compassion
How we can communicate authentically and stay connected with others
How we can express ourselves beyond judgments, criticism, blame and demands.